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Saturday, October 19 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Writers Without Borders: Presented By Stanford Continuing Studies Online Certificate Program in Novel Writing

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Authors from the Stanford Continuing Studies Online Certificate Program in Novel Writing read from their newly finished books.

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Joseph L. McCarthy

A lifelong journalist and writer, Joe’s novel, The Gospel of Water, follows a diverse group of friends whose bonds are tested over a drought-stricken summer when media sensationalism and religious bigotry place one of them in jeopardy.
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Shannon Turner

I have published short stories in Fence and Cement. I recently completed my first novel, Bedlam.
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Jessica Weaver

Jessie Weaver lives in Colorado with her family. Her YA thriller was inspired by an Irish castle, a fire, and some awesome high school students.
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Diana Brawley Sussman

Diana Brawley Sussman recently completed the Stanford novel writing program. Her multi-generational novel Another Secret City explores St. Louis, Missouri’s role in the Manhattan Project.
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Scott T. Barnes

Scott T. Barnes grew up on a farm, lived in Mexico and France, and now resides in Orange County as a proud husband and father of two girls. He studies samurai arts (Nami Ryu Aiki Kenjutsu) and Russian Systema. In both the fantasy and science fiction genres, Scott’s short fiction... Read More →
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Joseph Registrato

I am a writer and lawyer from Tampa, Florida. Before attending law school in 1987, i was a reporter and editor of The Tampa Tribune from 1971 to 1986, when newspapers were still cool, or at least profitable. During that time I covered some of the most exciting and interesting stories... Read More →
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Madeleine Watson

Madeleine started her writing journey locked in her preteen bedroom, listening to Tracy Chapman and journalling. She is currently finishing her first novel.

Saturday October 19, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
Latin American Club 3286 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA